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  1. 1. Better Governance of Demand & Supply Gregor Petri CA Advisor Lean IT Management
  2. 2. Average IT Budget 2 70% 30% Managing operations “Growth or transform” initiatives
  3. 3. Governing Demand and Supply Applications Database Mainframe Network Web Regulatory Technology CIO Priorities Agility Quality Efficiency Risk Reduction 3
  4. 4. Portfolio Thinking
  5. 5. Portfolio Approach to get the right answers 5
  6. 6. That “Alignment” Word Alignment happens when…. “We can clearly demonstrate what IT is doing to drive business outcomes.” “We provide transparency into how IT costs relate to business value.” “We have the processes and controls needed to quickly align resources (assets, staff, vendors) to ever-changing business demand.” “We make fact-based decisions on how to invest for distinctive advantage.”
  7. 7. Better Decissions 7
  8. 8. The Right Answers? 8 1) Improving processes 2) Reducing enterprise cost 3) Improving employee effectiveness
  9. 9. Enterprise IT Buss 1)Improving processes 2)Reducing enterprise cost 3)Improving employee effectiveness Enterprise 1.0
  10. 10. Project & Service - Portfolio Management 10 Manage Demand Execute/ Publish Coordinate Delivery Determine Investments Function Q uality Cost Benefit ContinuouslyContinuously AlignAlign ContinuouslyContinuously AlignAlign
  11. 11. 13
  12. 12. More Expectations from IT? 14
  13. 13. Crime of the Century 15 • IT is a utility like Electricity • no VP of electricity • Devastating conclusions: • Spend Less • Follow don’t lead • Focus on vulnerabilities, not opportunities
  14. 14. 16 Alignment is not Enough
  15. 15. Connecting different worlds 18
  16. 16. CIO priority: Creating new products/services Business Innovation as core IT competence 2007-2007 9th -10th 2008 3th 2009 6th • Elastic • Self provisioning • Pay per use • Virtualized • Simplified 2011 - 2012 ?th 19 Source: Gartner: Meeting the Challenge: The 2009 CIO Agenda
  17. 17. CIO priority: Managing Change Initiatives Economic shock has accelerated the pace of change 2007-2007 Not listed 2008 12th 2009 8th • Elastic • Self provisioning • Pay per use • Virtualized • Simplified 2011 - 2012 ?th 20 Source: Gartner: Meeting the Challenge: The 2009 CIO Agenda
  18. 18. Enterprise Change IT Buss Governance, Risk, Compliance Eco, Green, CRC Innovation Economic Change IT Change Geo Political Change Enterprise 1.0
  19. 19. Enterprise Change Management IT Buss Governance, Risk, Compliance Eco, Green, CRC Innovation Economic Change IT Change Geo Political Change Enterprise 2.0 IT Buss Enterprise 1.0 Change your read about in the annual report
  20. 20. Who Manages Progression: CEO, COO, CIO? 23
  21. 21. Scientific Management of Change
  22. 22. The ROI of Project Management 25 tools
  23. 23. The ROI of Project Management tools > Reduction in Project Failure rates (±15%) > Reduction in Cost overruns (±10%) > Reduction in throughput times (±10%) > Reduction in low-value projects (±10%) > Reduction in admin time (±25%) Source: Forrester May 2009 26 Usage outside of IT prom ises greater returns
  24. 24. Results 27
  25. 25. Thank You 29

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